If a western Wisconsin man doesn’t commit any crimes for the next two years, he will avoid jail time for threatening to shoot up his high school reunion.  A St. Croix County judge accepted the plea deal for Nicholas Osterkamp this week.  He was charged with a felony count of making terroristic threats last September.  Osterkamp posted on the Facebook page for the Glenwood City all-school reunion, quoting, “Can I show up with my firearms?  Good amount of people my .40 would like to meet.”  He told investigators he never intended to shoot anyone.  He claimed he had been bullied when he went to Glenwood City schools.